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Lost Your Scuba Mojo? How to Re-invent Your Diving Passion

Lost your mojo? Get back into the water and re-awaken your lust for scuba diving! From discovering new dive sites to meeting new dive buddies, shake the dust off those fins and get wet again. Read Full Article

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How Free-Willy became an Apex Predator

Killer Whales are not only one of the fastest animals in the ocean, but their complex hunting strategies and unique abilities to learn, memorize and implement teamwork has made them a force to be reckoned with throughout the world’s oceans. Looking at their multiple hunting techniques, we highlight the intelligence and versatility of this magnificent mammal. Read Full Article

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The Secret Life of Parrotfish

Loved for their colors and ever-smiling beak, the secret life of parrotfish is more interesting than you'd expect. From females changing their sex and becoming alpha males to their ability to produce a mucus sleeping bag at night to protect them from predators, parrotfish are quite remarkable. You can even thank parrotfish for the sand at your favorite beach. Read Full Article

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Papua New Guinea Diving

Papua New Guinea is a rare gem: a pristine dive destination that has not been overrun by tour boats and dive liveaboards. Read Full Article

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The 12 Most Endangered Marine Mammals (Part 2)

Part 2: Blubber & fur. The IUCN Red list of threatened species indicates that approximately 447 marine species are currently listed as endangered of which 188 are in critical condition. Taking a look at the 12 most endangered marine mammals, we discuss the causes of their depletion and their current major threats. Read Full Article

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The 12 Most Endangered Marine Mammals (Part 1)

Part 1: The Gentle Giants. The IUCN Red list of threatened species indicates that approximately 447 marine species are currently listed as endangered, of which 188 are in critical condition. Taking a look at the 12 most endangered marine mammals, we discuss the causes of their depletion and their current major threats. Read Full Article

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Diving in Mexico

In general, they say scuba diving in Mexico is “the best along the Riviera Maya and Costa Maya coastal areas”, where the Yucatan Peninsula meets the quiet, warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. Read Full Article

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Diving Lake Malawi

Literally diving in an aquarium, Lake Malawi contains aquarists’ favorite freshwater tank fish. Many love the beautifully colored cichlids, but few dive this beautiful lake in South Eastern Africa. Read Full Article

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Dumaguete

The fantastic diving found off the Dumaguete area of Negros Oriental, Philippines will delight any diver. Macro fans will find fantastic muck diving right offshore, and a shore boat ride to Apo Island nearby provides great wide angle opportunities with fantastic coral and lots of fish. Read Full Article

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Night Diving

When the sun goes down the diving doesn’t have to stop. Here are some tips on diving after dark and what you might see when some of the reef has gone to sleep. Read Full Article

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Diving Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is one of the most visited islands in the Caribbean and has one of the largest coastlines in the Caribbean. What does that mean for divers? It’s easy to get to, has plenty of places to stay, and has enough diving to require multiple trips to see it all. Read Full Article

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Protecting the Perhentian Islands, One Tour at a Time

The Blue Temple Project, established only a year ago, is a Voluntourism organization that aims to support the Perhentian reefs' recovery through research and tourism awareness. Read Full Article

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Diving in Belize with Whale Sharks

Whale Sharks are the largest fish in the world. Around the April, May and June full moons are the opportune times to swim with these gentle giants. The whale sharks filter feed and mate around some of the best dive sites off Belize offering an amazing experience. Read Full Article

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Raja Ampat: Nothing More Needs to Be Said

Raja Ampat in Indonesia, has always held a lot of fascination for me. Customers on their way there, or just back, were awestruck by the area. “Best in the diving in the world!” they’d say, but having dove for many years, I’ve heard that before… Read Full Article

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The Frogfish (Antennarius)

Sometimes "frogfishes" can be so ugly, but on other occasions they are the clowns of the sea .... I love it when they are "spawning" .... Read Full Article

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